Lieu: salle TO Conf. 2 - Fac de Médecine | Ville: Montpellier, France
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Nicolas Boissel is Head of the Adolescent and Young Adults Unit, Department of Haematology, Saint-Louis Hospital, and Professor of Medicine at University Paris Diderot, Paris, France. After beginning his career as a research fellow at the Pasteur Institute and as an intern at Paris Municipal Hospitals, he did a PhD at the Department of Immunology at Saint-Louis Hospital in 2002 while completing his MD at the University of Paris VI. In 2005, he went on to become Assistant Professor at Saint-Louis hospital in the Acute Leukemia unit headed by Professor Hervé Dombret, before taking up his current position in 2010. He is engaged in therapeutics for patients with bone marrow disorders including acute leukaemia, lymphoma, and aplastic anaemia, with a specific focus of adolescent and young adult global care. He is the chairman of the French Oncohematology Group for Adolescents and Young Adults (GO-AJA). As member of French national cooperative groups for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (GRAALL) and acute myeloid leukaemia (ALFA), he is involved in many trials designed to improve the outcome of acute leukaemia patients. His clinical research interests include the role of new oncogenic events and minimal-residual disease to stratify therapeutic approaches in acute leukaemia, and the development of immunotherapy in the field.
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